- Faculty of Business and Society
- Job Title
- Deputy Head of School, SHASS
- (01443) 482815
- Location (campus)
- Treforest Campus
PhD: ‘”Have you forgotten yet?” Shell shock, Trauma and the Memory of the Great War in Britain, 1914-1939’ (University of the West of England)
MA (University of Wales, Cardiff)
BA (University of the West of England)
Broken Men: Shell Shock, Treatment and Recovery in Britain 1914-30 (Hambeldon Continuum: 2010) [Paperback version, 2011]
Kath Holden and Fiona Reid (eds.) Women on the Move: Refugees, Migration and Exile (Cambridge Scholars, February 2010)
Sharif Gemie, Fiona Reid and Laure Humbert, Outcast Europe, 1936-1948: Refugee Experiences in an Era of Total War (Hambledon Continuum, 2011)
‘Post Traumatic Stress Disorder’ Encyclopaedia of War (Wiley Blackwell, 2011).
Sharif Gemie and Fiona Reid, ‘Constructing Citizenship? – Women, Welfare and Refugees (France, 1939-1940)’, Women’s History Review (July 2010)
‘Christmas in the Camps: The Friends’ Relief Service and Christmas
celebrations amongst Displaced Persons 1945-1948’ BBC History
‘From First Remembrance to Remembrance Today’ BBC History November 1918 (November, 2009) 44-46.
I am the regional secretary for the Women’s History Network and am currently co-organizing the national annual conference which will be held at the University of Cardiff in September 2012. The conference is entitled ‘Women, State and Nation: Creating Gendered identities’. See http://www.womenshistorynetwork.org/annualconf.html
I sit on the committee of the National Army Records Society and am a regular speaker at the National Army Museum,Chelsea, London.
Social and medical history of the First World War in Britain and France.
History of veteran welfare in Britain during the inter-war period
History of the social impact of the Second World War in Britain and France
History of refugees in Europe
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